I have created a run configuration for unit testing my Django application. To run it, I need to click on the drop down arrow beside the run icon in the toolbar and select my run configuration. Everything works great.
However, when I press F9 to run it again, I instead get some other run configuration, even if the last run I did was my custom run configuration. Is there any way to have the F9 (or any shortcut key) trigger my unit testing run configuration? For a guy like me who runs his unit tests every 15 seconds or so, having to grab the mouse, select the tiny little arrow, and then my configuration is a pain in the ass.
Any help is appreciated.
Actually, Ctrl+F11 can be configured to run your last launch (window > preferences > run/debug > launching, then choose "always launch the previously launched application").
F9 will always launch your current editor.
That's exactly what I needed. Cheers!
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